Farah KhanSkadden Fellow- Immigration Law
Farah Khan joins CASA as a Skadden Fellow working on the development of coalitions fighting for the abolition of immigration detention and the establishment of universal representation for those facing deportation in Maryland and Virginia. Farah holds a J.D. from The George Washington University Law School. In law school, Farah spent a year interning with CASA. She also worked in the Bronx Defenders’ New York Immigrant Family Unity Project, interned with Just Futures Law, was a student attorney with her school’s Prisoner and Reentry Clinic, and spent a summer working on migrant justice issues with Florida Legal Services. Farah is an active member of the National Lawyers Guild and seeks to use movement lawyering as a tool to create a world where every human being is free from the threat of deportation and incarceration.